Arguably one of the most alluring environmental images, the garden enjoys a poetic, aesthetic, and mythological presence across many cultures and throughout all ages. At the same time, gardens have always been real, material spaces that served a variety of social, economic, and scientific purposes and continue to do so. Whether as poetic image or as real space, gardens always represent historically contingent and culturally variegated environmental practices. They emerge from the real and imagined interactions between human and non-human agents.
Understanding Climate Scepticism with Dr. Greg Garrard Thursday, 26 May 2016; 19:00 CET Understanding Climate Scepticism: Environmental Communication Meets Ecocriticism Context Environmentalists... Read More
Call for Papers: International Conference on Ecopoetics “Dwellings of Enchantment: Writing and Reenchanting the Earth” http://ecopoeticsperpignan.com/call-for-papersappel-a-communications/ Under the aegis of the CRESEM... Read More